It seems like Sony's systems are destined to be hacked, despite all their efforts to prevent it. The PS3 and PSP (and now, the Vita) are powerful devices with a lot of potential that Sony keeps locked away; no wonder hackers like to fashion their own keys for them.
That's exactly the case with the latest PS3/Vita exploit, which allows a PS3 with hacked firmware to stream full games to the Vita using remote play. You can see it in action in the videos above and below. CVG claims this is functionality that may eventually be supported by Sony, and that all PS3 games will be playable on the Vita, but that remains to be seen.
For now, is hacking your PS3 worth it to take advantage of an exploit this cool? The Vita's screen is gorgeous, and these games look amazing. Let us know what you think in the comments or on Twitter.